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A session cookie is a temporary cookie, which means that it disappears when you close the browser. There is no saved information on your computer after the session has ended. There are some different session cookies on the website.
- A cookie called “pll_language” that only contains data about which language is active on the website. The content of the cookie can, for example, look like this: “sv” for the Swedish language. The cookie is used to remember which language you last selected.
- A cookie called “wp_lang” that only contains data about which language is active on the website. The content of the cookie can look like this, for example: “sv_SE” for the Swedish language. The cookie is used to remember which language you last selected.
- A cookie called “wordpress_test_cookie” that only contains data about whether the browser has activated support for cookies. The content of the cookie can for example look like this : “WP%20Cookie%20check”.
- A cookie called “hide_alert_message” which saves if you closed “Important message” which sometimes appears in a box at the top of the screen. The content of the cookie can be, for example, “1”. The cookie prevents the message box from appearing on every page you visit if you have closed it.
- Two cookies called _pk_id.1.14ac and _pk_ses.1.14ac which are generated by our web statistics program Matomo so that we can obtain visitor statistics on our website. We use the statistics to learn more about which pages are used and how.
The content of session cookies refers to the current session, but has no connection to a particular user. A new content is generated every session. We therefore do not save any personal information at all.
Processing of Personal data
Personal data submitted to the Parliamentary Ombudsmen (JO) in a case, or which has been obtained from, for example, a government agency that is the subject of a complaint, is processed via the electronic case management system of the Parliamentary Ombudsmen. This system consists of electronic files in which registration information and electronic documents are registered. Read more about processing of personal data.